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    I was a B cup and I'd have to wear those super padded ones coz I was basically flat as a board, now I'm in D zone! I get the non padded bras... so Id say I more than doubled (iam breastfeeding) I was tempted to get maternity bras when pregnant but glad I didn't! You just never know what size you'll be. I got a couple of ahhh bras at the end of the pregnancy and they were great coz they are comfortable non restricting so you "grow" in them :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PR2bMum View Post
    this is so individual..... I'm at week 30 and so far have gone from an 8DD to an 8GG, have just ordered an 8H maternity bra, hoping it will have enough spare room that I feel confident it will last me in size, then I can get more.

    Where did you find size 8? I couldn't find any anywhere
    Would like to know for the future lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by perthmumm View Post
    Where did you find size 8? I couldn't find any anywhere
    Would like to know for the future lol!
    I have ordered the maternity one from 'more than a handful' online. But blest bras also have them (just not in my cup size or style that suits me). I really wanted a flexi wire maternity but could only find one in a soft cup n that is not enough support so I've ordered a formed cup but no flexi wire to see how that goes. The girls are so bloody heavy.

    The normal bras though i get from a local independent retailer.

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    Sorry to revive an old thread but I used the search function and didn't want to start new on the same topic. The thing that gets me is my rib cage is totally being stretched as my giblets get pushed up by a growing uterus. I used to be 12f, went 14 g with underwire at 3 months. Then had to use extenders at the back until 20 weeks. At 20 weeks went to nursing bras, hot milk brand, which came in at 16 f. The back is now (24w) feeling tight and I have only put on 3 kg overall.

    what I'm saying is who knows, your body is doing its own thing. I'm annoyed because I'd like to invest in some nice nursing bras now that hot milk do their sale but who knows which size they will be?

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    With my first I went from a 12E to a 14G and only ever went down band size, so 12G. With my second I went from a 12G to a 14H and 5 years later And a bout 20Kgs down I'm a 12G.

    I wish my boobs would get smaller...im still hoping one day ill be an E again.

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    With DS I was a 14c and went to 14d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perthmumm View Post
    Where did you find size 8? I couldn't find any anywhere
    Would like to know for the future lol!
    Quote Originally Posted by PR2bMum View Post
    I have ordered the maternity one from 'more than a handful' online. But blest bras also have them (just not in my cup size or style that suits me). I really wanted a flexi wire maternity but could only find one in a soft cup n that is not enough support so I've ordered a formed cup but no flexi wire to see how that goes. The girls are so bloody heavy.

    The normal bras though i get from a local independent retailer.
    Thanks for sharing! I was another unable to find them in an 8!

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    I went from E to H. Although mine was 3 sizes different, I would say a 2 cup size increase is average

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    With my first I went from a DD to an F, with my second I only went up 1 size

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    I went from a D to DD with all 3 then back to a D


 

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